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We drove for hours, without knowing for certain, but we saw the river on google maps. Off the main highway, we followed a dirt road, through a Navajo village, cows, wild horses... We kept going until only a cliff separated us from the river. There it is, the Grand Canyon. No sign of a tourist or another human. As @larrymarshallphotography and I sat in my FJ waiting for sunset, we watched a curious coyote pup approach and entertain itself chasing crickets. Off the grid, life was good.
16mm, f/16, 1/10 second, ISO 100 at Near Marble Canyon, Arizona
The human race is the only race and planet earth is our home. If you haven't figured this out yet, your life is only going to get more complicated.
Shot alongside my shutter bud @larrymarshallphotography
11mm, f/8, 1/30 second, ISO 100 at Continental Divide, New Mexico
Searching for good light
16mm, f/16, 30 seconds, ISO 100 at Northern Ireland
One of the reasons I look forward to watching Game of Thrones every week is to see the locations they choose for filming. When John Snow landed at Dragonstone last week, there were rock "spines" on the beach that resembled a dragon's back. I took this picture on that same stretch of the Spanish coast. Despite how gigantic the world is, media is making it smaller. Traveling is also much easier than it was before the internet. I feel that each day that goes by is lost opportunity and photographing the world is one of my top priorities.
16mm, f/14, 2.5 seconds, ISO 100 at Dragonstone Castle
"The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubt, while the stupid people are full confidence" ~Charles Bukowski
90mm, f/8, 6 seconds, ISO 100
"All lies and jest, still a man hears what he wants to hear and disregards the rest" ~Paul Simon
16mm, f/18, 2 seconds, ISO 100
Honeycomb's big! Yeah yeah yeah!
It's not small! No no no!
11mm, f/16, 4 seconds, ISO 100
We are drowning in information while starving for wisdom
11mm, f/18, 1.6 seconds, ISO 100 at Pacific Ocean
12mm, f/18, 1/8 second, ISO 100
Your face it dances and it haunts me
Your laughter is still ringing in my ears
I still find pieces of your presence here
Even after a year
R.I.P. Spencer Rubin 2/15/67 - 5/30/2016
16mm, f/16, 1.3 seconds, ISO 100 at Oregon Coast
While my appetite for travel and photography is still peaking, my enthusiasm for sharing pictures has tapered off. Lately I struggle to look at my pictures after I've taken them. This is a location in Oregon I had all to myself about a month ago.
11mm, f/18, 1.6 seconds, ISO 100 at Brookings, Oregon
Keep it off my wave
Vermillion Cliffs, AZ
16mm, f/11, 1/50 second, ISO 100 at Arizona
A few weeks ago I was in Amsterdam for a couple nights... I had not been there for 27 years. Things are just a bit different for me now. This time I was able to appreciate just how beautiful it is.
16mm, f/8, 25 seconds, ISO 100 at The Fault in Our Stars Bench
Recently I was fortunate enough to catch this sunset
11mm, f/13, 2 seconds, ISO 100
The first revolution is when you change your mind about how you look at things and see that there might be another way to look at it that you have not been shown.
Shooting alongside my great friends @jsatori and @larrymarshallphotography
12mm, f/8, 30 seconds, ISO 100 at Pistol River, Oregon
Shot alongside my bro @larrymarshallphotography ___________________
16mm, f/11, 5 seconds, ISO 100 at Navajo Nation
A favorite location at the edge of the earth.
14mm, f/8, 30 seconds, ISO 100 at Reynisdrangar
There is an unmarked turn off, on a stretch of Coast Highway in Southern Oregon that has a trail leading down to the beach that is unnoticeable from the road. Once you are on the beach you will be surrounded by cliffs, pounding surf and giant sea stacks with trees growing out of them. If you are one of those people that needs to see what is in the next cove, you won’t be disappointed.
Pictured is @jsatori exploring and @larrymarshallphotography was somewhere behind me.
14mm, f/8, 1/60th second, ISO 100 at Samuel H Boardman State Park
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